Your Expectations Are Non-Cents

, , , | Right | July 2, 2017

(A customer comes in and roughly throws a rechargeable card on the desk.)

Customer: “Hey! Top-up!”

Me: “Okay, how much?”

Customer: “One hundred.”

(Then he slams a huge bag of coins on the desk, and throws all of the coins out of the bag.)

Me: “Wow, are you just trying to tell me you want to pay the money with all these cents?”

Customer: “Yes, and what’s the problem?”

Me: “Do you know you can only pay within 2 dollars in cents? That’s the law.”

Customer: “That’s the money. Are you just refusing to count the coins?”

Me: “Yes, I am.”

Customer: “I got all these coins from here, and you are now refusing to take these back? Are you f****** kidding me?”

Me: “No one tells you not to spend your coins every time you got them from the store or someplace else, right? Did I or someone give you that much in once? Huh?”

Customer: “I don’t f****** care. Count it or not?”

(I refused to count the coins, and the customer just kept stalking around the store until my partner came by to help him.)

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